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“A Nobleman and His Devoted Wife Seated in the Forest; Two Female Musicians Attend,” circa 1685, in the exhibition “Divine Pleasures,” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

"A Nobleman and His Devoted Wife Seated in the Forest; Two Female Musicians Attend," Folio probably from an unidentified Nayaka­nayika (hero­heroine) series

Bahu Masters (active ca. 1680–ca. 1720). Vasishtha visits Rama. Folio from the Shangri I Ramayana series, Opaque watercolor, ink and gold on paper, India, Bahu, Jammu,    1680–90, ... Exquisitely executed textile patterns and architectural ornaments play a major role in the pictures of the First Bahu Master. These are balanced by monochrome areas of intense color that set off the elegant decor. ...

Vasishtha visits Rama: folio from the Shangri I Ramayana series Bahu Masters (active ca. India (Bahu, Jammu) via the MET.

"A Nobleman and His Devoted Wife Seated in the Forest; Two Female Musicians Attend"(detail). Folio probably from an unidentified Nayaka­nayika (hero­heroine) series,     Opaque watercolor, gold, and applied beetle­wing cases on paper, attributed to India, Basholi, Punjab Hills, ca. 1685

‘Divine Pleasures’ Celebrates the Colors of Desire in Indian Paintings

"A Nobleman and His Devoted Wife Seated in the Forest; Two Female Musicians Attend"(detail). Folio probably from an unidentified Nayaka­nayika (hero­heroine) series, Opaque watercolor, gold, and applied beetle­wing cases on paper, attributed to India, Basholi, Punjab Hills, ca. 1685

Kedara Ragini; a yogi with a vina sits outside a shrine instructing a seated Muslim nobleman, below a cresent moon.  ca. 1680 Bundi, India

Kedara Ragini (Painting)

a yogi with a vina sits outside a shrine instructing a seated Muslim nobleman, below a cresent moon.

Dipaka Raga. Opaque watercolour on paper, Deccan, ca. 1690, ... portrait of a prince with a lighted candle in his turban, listening to a female musician, while a female attendant fans him, illustration to Dipaka Raga, the Fire Music

Dipaka Raga (Painting)

a nobleman with a candle in his turban, listens to the music that burns.

Blue Nobleman offers a garland to a shy young woman; Bundi or Kotah, Rajasthan, India ca. 1680-1770

Blue Nobleman offers a garland to a shy young woman; Bundi or Kotah, Rajasthan, India ca.

Mughal Manuscript Illustration: Rama's forest dwelling in Panchvati, north India, c. 1605

Rama's forest dwelling in Panchavati. North India, c. Probably by Bir Singh Deo Bandila (active c.

Radha Krishna: Divine love. Kota, Rajasthan, India ca. 1720. Currently in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY. Photograph by Dilip Goswami.

Kota, Rajasthan, India ca. Currently in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY. Photograph by Dilip Goswami. - Reminds me of "My name is Red"

The Timid Bride, ca. 1800. India (Punjab Hills, Kangra). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1958 (58.1.2)

The Timid Bride Date: ca. 1800 Culture: India (Punjab Hills, Kangra) Medium: Ink, opaque watercolor, and gilt on paper Dimensions: 7 x 5 in. x cm) Classification: Paintings Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1958 Accession Number:

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